mountain man

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Noun1.mountain man - a man who lives on the frontiermountain man - a man who lives on the frontier  
pioneer - one the first colonists or settlers in a new territory; "they went west as pioneers with only the possessions they could carry with them"
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Mountain Men Drama, starring Chace Crawford, Tyler Labine, Britt Irvin, Ben Cotton, Christine Willes and Jill Maria Robinson.
Over time, this necessary accoutrement evolved into a work of art--sometimes by skilled artisans, sometimes by mountain men fending off the boredom of a long winter spent in a trapper cabin.
To write accurately about Royce Coleman's life as a mountain man, Rogers did extensive research into the lives and adventures of the real mountain men of the 1820s and 30s, reading several of the actual journals the explorers and trappers kept as they opened the American frontier.
The trend continues in this schlock horror, where mutant mountain men try to slay the likes of Eliza Dushku and Jeremy Sisto.
Benemann's main argument is that Stewart was gay, and he expands upon that assertion by recasting not only Stewart's life but also the behavior of the "Rocky Mountain men," particularly during the period 1833-1843.
He was award winning in mountain men primitive competitions including black powder rifle shooting and tomahawk & knife throwing.
Drawing on ideas from the field of narrative psychology, Kleinfeld, founder and director of the Northern Studies Program at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, profiles Alaska's modern-day mountain men and pioneer women in order to explore America's romance with the Western frontier and shed light on the frontier narrative and how it shapes individual lives.
Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men. By Carl P.
Two teams of mountain men from Mansell Construction reached new heights in their latest challenge to scale the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales and raise cash for charity.
The following passage describes a camp of Mountain Men on their way to rendezvous:
Prehistoric Native American art, believed to be produced by the Mogollon culture, has been found along the Gila river; since then, Apaches and a wide assortment of mountain men and other rugged characters have considered the headwaters of the Gila to be their home.
Sunburned Hand of The Man, Monkey Cafe Bar, Swansea, Wednesday Skronky free-folk from cape-draped mountain men. Last time I saw them they had pinecones laid all over the drums.